Dusty Myers, from Jumpertown, Mississippi, has traveled the world entertaining crowds for several years now. he started at the age of thirteen fighting bulls and accomplished several awards in that sport. Happy
Fast forward a few years, he changed hats in the world of rodeo. he found entertainment was a far better future than being run down by a two thousand pound bull.. He likes to mix old school slapstick comedy with a bit of male cheerleader to entertain audiences throughout the country.
In just a couple of years he has earned many awards in the "clowning" business, He has worked the IFR (international finals rodeo) on 10 different occasions, SFR twice, NFPB Finals 3 times, CRRA finals, and Every region finals the IPRA has to offer. His biggest achievement was being selected "clown of the year" 9 consecutive years.
You hear the voice, but you
hardly ever see the face of the voice
or ever really get to know as to whom he is. So
please take the time to read and get to know
your Professional Rodeo Announcer.
Trey grew up in Louisville, KY and began going
to rodeos at a young age. He started his rodeo
career as a bull rider, of all things. After
several years of riding bulls, he laid his bull
rope down and picked up the microphone and
began his career with his gift to gab. He
graduated from Murray State University in
Murray, Ky. with a Bachelors Degree in Animal
Science. He then went to Chad Nicholson
Announcing Seminar and began perfecting his
trade. Since that time, he has announced
rodeo’s from the west coast to the east coast
and numerous stops in between. He has
announced PRCA rodeo in such places as
Magnolia, AR, Forrest City, AR, Farmington,
MO, Carthage, TX, Fort Myers, FL, Las Cruces,
NM, Tupelo, MS, McAlister, OK, and many other places throughout the United States.
Trey has won awards just to name a few as International Finals Rodeo 43 Showcase Champion Announcer. Selected to announce the 2012, 13, and 14 Iowa Rodeo Cowboys Association Finals from a field of many announcers. He received the award of the 2012, 13, and 14 Announcer of the Year in the Midwest Cowboys Rodeo Company. He has worked the 2012 Minnesota High School Finals Rodeo, 09 and 10 Kentucky High School and Junior High Finals Rodeo.
Trey is a Christian and married to his wife, Amber, with their two daughters, Olivia and Piper. They currently live on a farm in Poplar Bluff, MO where they raise cattle and Labrador Retrievers. He enjoys playing golf, playing the drums and guitar. During the fall and winter months he enjoys duck and dove hunting. He also enjoys a good Netflix Series in his down time.
As you can see Trey is more than just a voice behind the microphone. So, when you come to Gates County Rodeo and you see him walking and talking, which he does a lot of, stick your hand out and say hello to a great human being and say thank you for coming and sharing your talent with us.